Greenville Area School District's dedicated staff is involved
in school and community programs as well. Over 60% of both
elementary and secondary teachers have a master's degree or
more. The "Here's Looking At You, 2000"
comprehensive drug and alcohol program is taught in grades
K-12. Teachers also serve in leadership roles in various
Pennsylvania organizations. The Staff is involved in the PA
award environmental education program in conjunction with the
Greenville Area Leisure Services Association. Teachers keep
up-to-date through the many local, regional, and state
In-Service Programs. Participation in the Commonwealth
Partnership (NEH Institute) on Teacher Literature is active in
the Secondary Schools.
staff shows commitment in their development through
individualized two-year plans. The Staff offers Active Student
Assistance and Instructional Support Teams for grades K-12. An
Alternative Educational Classroom for secondary students is
staff focuses on the community and career aspects of the
student through Community Service Student Volunteer Programs
(grades 7-12), Community Service Projects (K-6), and work
study programs. This is largely supported by our extensive
career resource center. One of the newest major resources
include the Access Pennsylvania program.
staff at Greenville dedicates itself to the preparation and
development of its students through Kindergarten screening and
monitoring programs. In addition, there is a five year
curriculum and materials review process. The staff also
supports a mentor relationship with Thiel College.
Greenville Area School District considers itself as having a
true school-community partnership which provides mutual
support and concern. There are active parent - teacher
organizations and Parent Boosters for sports, activities, and
academics. The School District is proud of their extensive
recreational activities in cooperation with the Greenville
Area Leisure Services Association.